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BOARD OF EDITORS 



Thomas E. Wilson Editor-in-Chief 

Samuel R. Quails Associate Editor 

Cynthia Alton Business Manager 

Clyde Thomas Sports Editor 

Addison Wallace Associate Sports Editor 

Bernice Washington Staff C orres pondent 

Carolyn Thompson Staff Correspondent 

Consuella Armwood Staff Correspondent 

Carroll Marcus Lay Out Editor 

Ronald McCullough Lay Out Editor 

Gerald Baltimore Art Editor 

Donald Blanks Assistant Art Editor 

Alvin Pope Assistant Art Editor 

Maurice Foote Staff Photographer 

Scotland J. B. Harris Staff Photographer 

Faculty Advisers: J. Leon Gates, Jimmie Mosley, Youra Quails, 

Thomas H. Wiles 

1962 1963 

MARYLAND STATE COLLEGE 

Princess Anne, Maryland 



Dedication 



Because, by his alertness and sensitivity to the ideals and 
goals of both his students and his colleagues, b>' his imparting 
the message through precept and example that the good life 
and the fair life are one, by his insistence upon serving the com- 
mon welfare: because by these tokens he has contributed im- 
measurably to making the life at Maryland State College a good 
life for four dedicated, busy years; in sum, because he is a good 
man who does good things fi-om which we have all benefited, we 
dedicate this issue of THE Hawk to 



COLONEL LOUIS W. CRACKEN 





COLONEL LOUIS \V. CRACKEN 

United States Air Force 




FouiKler-Sponsoi- of the Chess Club, Colonel Crackeii over- ji,„^, j„,, |,.,„„ \,„^y sclu-tlule to crown Miss Marylaiul State, 

looks play. With President Williams, welcoming new students. 





The President of Maryland State College 
DR. JOHN TAYLOR WILLIAMS 

He strives, makes headway, gains ground upon the 
whole, that all good things and gifts around us shall 
make life good and accomplishment run high. 




The GoxtTiior of tlie State ol Mai">laiKl 

THE HONORABLE j. NHLLAHD TAWES 

Foremost Areliiteet of the Good Life in Maryland. 



The Board of Regents for Higher Education 




Mr, Charles P. McCormick 
Chairman 




Mr. Edward F. Holter 
Vice Chairman 



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Mr. C. Ewing Tuttle 




Dr. Wilson H. Elkins 
Executive Officer 




Mr. Harry H. XutUe 
Treasurer 



Dr. B. Herliert Brown 
Secretary 




Dr. Louis I. Kaplan 
Assistant Secretary 




Mr. Thomas W. Panghorn 



Judge William Walsh 





Mr. Richard W. Case 



Dr. Thomas B. Svmons 



Mrs. Sara A. Whitehurst 



Foreword 



What is the good life? By whatever criteria one seeks to answer this 
question, he can exempHfy them in the college environment. The good life, 
we are told by our faculty, is the examined life. The good life, we are told by 
our deans, contains the search for spiritual and moral values as well as the 
striving for social grace. The good life is the joyous life, we tell ourselves in 
mements of relaxation. The good life is the directed life, we are told by the 
men and women who head our organizations. What gives dignity and meaning 
to life, we are told by the fast men of the track, football field, and basketball 
court, is excellence of technique in doing something that expresses life. All 
these definitions contribute to a whole. Taken together, they present a variety 
that makes life full, exciting, challenging, confirming that what we will, hope, 
and dream of the good life can exist. The Hawk invites your perusal of 
aspects of the good life at Maryland State College in 1962-63. 




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Table of Contents 



Dedication 2 

The President 5 

The Governor and the Board 6 

Administration and Faculty 9 

The Senior Class 29 

The Junior Class 47 

The Sophomore Class 57 

The Freshman Class 75 

Organizations and Features 88 

Athletics 121 

Other Features 130 

Staff" 135 




Faculty and St 





MRS. INA Q. STEELE, Administrative Assistant to the DR. E. WORTHIXGTOX WATERS, Director of Guidance and Teacher 

President. Training. 






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MRS. NIOLET J, WOOD, Director of Admissions. 



MB. WILLIAM J. WILSON, Business Manager. 




MRS OLIE A. CARPENTER. Librarian. 





\\R.CU.\RLES C. JACOBS, Director of Pul>lic Relations 
French. 



MR. VERNON E. McCAIN, Director of Athletics: Mathematics. 

REVEREND W. TYCER NELSON, College Minister 
Sociology. 





MR, HAW LEIGH \V. BOWEN, Director of Food Services. DR. NE\'ILLE A. BARON, College Physician. 




RAYMOND P. ALGATT, S.B.. M.I.T.; Mechatiic Arts 




CLIFTON j. ANDERSON, A.B., A.M., In- 
diana; Physical Education. 





MARY FAIR BURKS, \ B , ALili.ima State, \1 A., Michi- 
gan; English. 



FRANK M. CARROLL, B.M., Shenandoah (\a.); M.M. Cincinnati College 
of Music; Ph.D., Eastman (Rochester); Head, Music. 





WII.LIA.M II. CLFLLAND, B.A., Kentucks State. M.A.. Ol 
SUitr, Mcchiinic Arts. 



CARRIE D, CIIISHOLM, Srcri-tiinj to the Deuti. 






ETHEL R. COTTMAN, B.A., Dtl.iuaic Liifilish. 



ELIZABETH CORDEHV, Secretary, Public Relatioti.s -Athletics. 




LOUIS \V. CRACKEN, A.B., Arizona; M.A.. Denver; Lieutenant-Colonel, United 
States Air Force; Head, ROTC. 



ELLA PEARL DOANE, Dormitory Matron. 



ALETHLA A. LLPS, A.B., M.A., Columbia; Home Eco- 
nomics. 




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PHYLLIS GOLDSBOROUGH. Telephone Operator. 



J. LEON GATES, A.B., Maryland State; Accountant. 



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JASON C. GRANT IH, A.B., \"irgiiiia Union; NLL.S., Atlanta; 
Librarian. 




CONCETTA HARRIS, Sceivtan , Mainlciun. 



SYLVAN US H. MART, A.H., 
Howard; .\LA., C:oliMnhia; 
Music. 





WILLIAM P. HYTCHE, B.S., Langston; NLS., Oklahoma 
State; Mathematics. 



AUDREY JONES, B.S., Maryland State; Research Assistant. 




\V. AUGUSTUS LOW, A.B., Lincoln (Mo); M.A., Pli.D,, Iowa, Head. History 
and Social Sciences. 



r. WALDO KLAH, H.A., Moinan; M.Ed., Teniplt 
Education. 




CLAUD C. MARIOX, B.S., Florida; M.S., 
WILLIAM A. LYNK, B.A., Fisk; M.S., Michigan; Head, Natural Sciences and Ph.D., Cornell. Agriculture Education. 
Mathematics. 




DORIS J. MILBOURNE, Secretary, Business Office 



RUSSELL M. MORAN, Sergeant, USAF; Administrative ~ , 
Assistant, AFROTC. 





JIMMIE MOSLEV, B.A., Texas Southern, M.Ed., Peiiii State; Art Education. 



GRACE S. MORTON, B.S., Hampton; M.S., Iowa State; 
Home Economics Education. 



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MARIAN MVLES, B.S., Penn- 
sylvania; M.S., Atlanta; Pli.D., 
Iowa State; Biology. 




ll.WS NOHIilCai, Jni. IX, \ K-nu.i. iMniiuatict 




I. \IRGI.\IA QUALLS, B.A., Hampton; M.A., Columbia, Business Education 



YOURA QUALLS, A.B., Fisk; NLA., Ph.D, Rad- 
cliffe; Head, English and Languages. 




F. HARRELL SMITH, B.S., M.S., West \irginia; Ph.D., Penn State; Head. 
Agriculture. 





GERALD SPIKER, Farm Manager. 



FREDERICK SMITH, Sergeant, USAF; Admini.'itrative Assistant, 
AFROTC. 



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MARY STEWART, Secretary, Guidance — Arts and Sciences — Mechanic Arts. 





\ERXO\ W. STONE, A.B., Chicago YMCA; 
M.A., Chicago; Ph.D., California; M.A., Han'ard; 
Head, Busiiiess. 



CHARLES O. STOUT, A.B., Kansas; M.A., Ed.D., Indiana, Head, Mechanic Arts. 



JOHN \'. STRICKLAND, B.S., Rust; M.S., Massachusetts; Poultrtj Husbandry, Economics. 





JAMES A. SULLI\"AN, Hampton; Mechanic Arts 



NATHANIEL C. TAYLOR, B.S., Tennessee A. and I.; x\I.A., 
Columbia; Physical Education, Assistant Dean of Men. 




HICHARD THOMAS, B.S., Cheyney; M.Ed. Priin StaU-, Mirltanic Art.', 




HORKRI" V. \ARLEV, M.A,, H.O,. Prnns\ i\ ania; Speech. 




DEN^ENIA P. WALLACE, B.S., Princess Anne; M.S. 
\irginia State; Home Economics. 



DOROTHY WATERS, B.A., Delaware; English. 



E\"ALY\ WASHINGTON, B.A., Howard; Physical Education. 




THOMAS B. WTLBURX, A.B., Ohio State; Business Office. 




THOMAS H, WILES, New York lii-litntr nl l'liolom.ipli> , 
Dascher School oF Photogr.iphy. Winona Scliool ol Photoj;- 
raphy; Photography. 



FURMAN F, WILLIAMS, B.S., South Carolina State; M.Ed,, Penns\Kania; 
Mechanic Arts. 



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DI.MXG HALL STAFF -(Seated): Welistev, Waters, Griffin, Johnson. (Standing): Black, Beaucliamp, Johnson, Levant, Bowen. 



HILTON H. JOHNSON 
Postmaster 




AGRICULTURAL EXTENSION STAFF- Mrs. Capers, Secretary: .Mrs. Jones, Home Demon- 
stration Agent: .Mr. Johrjson, Agricultural Agent. 







The life here means intensely, and means good: 

To help us find its meaning is their meat and drink. 




Aleta Weedon, '63 

Presents 

The Senior Class 








JAMES ATWATER 

228 North Graham Street 

Chapel Hill, North Carolina 



CHARLES L. AYERS 

5211 Addison Road, N.E. 

\\'ashington 27, D.C. 



NICHOLAS BOND 

Huntingto\\n 
Maryland 






HILLIARD BOULWARE 

49 Spring Street 

Norwich, Coiniec-ticut 



ENEZ BOWINS 

Box 76 

Point ol I-loc'ks, Marxian 



JACyUELLNE BRINKLEV 

Route 1, Box 275 
Marion, Marxland 



ATWATER, JAMES, Buildin<iConstrii(ti<)ii: S\)\u\t\i:\u\>: l'"ootl)all ■{"cam; Stndent Connsdor. AYERS. CHARLES. 
Agricultural Education: N'ice-President, NFA; Rille Clul); Newman Chili; \eterans Cjuh. BOND. NICHOLAS. 
Afiricultural Education: NFA; Drill 'l"eani; Science Chih. BOULWARE. HHJJARD, Phi/.ucal Education: 'W" 
Club, Men's Council; VMCA; ikiskethall Scfuad. BOWINS. ENEZ, Business Education: \Vho's Who Antony Stu- 
dents in American Colleges and Vnircrsitics: Alpha K;iiipi Mu Honor Societ\-; Delta Sigani I'lieta; Omega Sweet- 
heart; Phi Beta Laml.d;!. BRINKLEY. JACQUELINE. A/l/.v/c; Women's Couiuil; ( iollege Choir; Women's Council 
Hoard; ( 'ollcgimn Mnsic;i, 






GERALD MAURICE BRISCOE 

3643 Gelston Drive 

Baltimore 29, Maryland 



\ ERXETTA BRITTINGHAM 

F'lower Street 

Berlin, Maryland 



ALLEN D. BROWN 

123 West Montgomery Street 

Baltimore 30, Maryland 






CLAUDE C. BROWN 

Upper Fairmount 

Maryland 



ISAAC BROWN 

1619 Gales Street, N.E. 
Washington, D.C. 



lUNE BURLEY 

Route 2, Box 824 

Glen Burnie, Maryland 



BRISCOE, GERALD M., Biologij; Omega Psi Phi; Science Clulx Wesley Foundation; YMCA; Men's Senate. 
BRITTINGHAM, VERNETTA, Busitiess Education: Alpha Kappa Alpha; Phi Beta Lambda; Women's Council; 
College Choir. BROWN, ALLEN D., Industrial Education: Kappa Alpha Psi; Freshman Class Officer; Member 
of G.E.C. Ha>es Loan Fund. BROWN, CLAUDE C, English: English Club; French Clul). BROWN, ISAAC, 

Physical Education: "M" Club; Physical Education Club; Men's Senate; Guard on Football Team (tour years). 
BURLEY, JUNE, Business Education: Delta Sigma Theta; Phi Beta Lambda; Women's Council. 



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STEWART E. CANN 
220 South Queen Street 
Chestertown, Maryland 



GLORIA SYL\ lA CONWAY 

Box 7 

Rhodesdale, Mar>land 



ALBERT CORDERY 
Route 2, Jersey Road 
Salisbury, Maryland 






lEROME COUNTEE 

4.SH) Jefferson Street 

Lanliam, Maryland 



EREUERICk ENGH 

Box 33 
Fruitland, Maryland 




EDNA MARIE EWELS 

Box 34 

Cambridge, Maryland 



CANN, STEWART E.,A/rt?/u'mf/^/r.s.- StaKecralU rs; Scroller ( :lul.. Selene.- ( :lul); Men's Senate. CONWAY, (;L0RIA 
S., Sociology: Women's Couniil; Assistant Dean oi Fledges, Aipiia Kappa Alplia. Ilistorx Ciul); YWC:A; ImxmkJi 
Club; Ali)lia Kappa Mn Interest (ooup. CORDERY, ALBERT. A/us/c.- Clolleue Band; College Chorus; Freneli C^lub; 
Men's Scn;ite. COUNTEE, JEROME, Buildiw^ Construction: Seienee Chib; Men's Council; YMCA. ENGH, 
FREDERICK, Physical Education: Men's Council. ■'M" Chil., I'hysical Ivchuation C;lul). ENNELS, EDNA M., 
Home Economics Education: Dv\Ia Siunia i'licl;! (Chaplain, l^KiO: IVcsidcnt, h)(i I . Dean ol' Probat.'S, i9(S2V YWCA 
Ciicasnicr, I9fil; l^csidcnt, UKi2), \Iar\land ili.nic iuonoinics Club lSt;itc Studcnt-;it-L;uge, li-)(S2V .Miijia Kappa 
.\hi InlciesI (iicMip; WCsKn I' oinidation, WOniin s (^)uncil. 






NORMA FERGUSON 

110 Oak Street 
Baltimore 22, Maryland 



W ILLIAM FIXGER 

155 8th Street, S.E. 

Hickory, North Carolina 



BARBARA ANN FISHER 
Snow Hill 
Maryland 






JACQUELINE FLEMING 

1030 North Fulton Avenue 

Baltimore, Maryland 



ROBERT FORD 

25 Reid Street 
Charleston, South Carolina 



CLARENCE GADSDEN 

83 Calhoim Street 
Charleston, South Carolina 



FERGUSON, NORMA, Business Education; Delta Sigma Theta; Phi Beta Lamhda; Stagecrafters; Women's Coun- 
cil. FINGER, WILLIAM, Building Construction, "M" Chil); Alpha Phi Aiplia; Football Team (four years). FISHER, 
BARBARA ANN, Social Science: Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority (President); Wesley Foundation (Secretary); History 
Club (Secretary); Alpha Kappa Mu Interest Group; Women's Council; XEA; YWCA (\'ice President); Who's Who 
Among Students in American Colleges and Universities. FLEMING, JACQUELINE, Sociology; YWCA (Chaplain) 
Women's Council; French Club; Art Department Model; Stagecrafters, FORD, ROBERT, Building Construction 
ROTC Squadron Commander; Arnold Air Society; Year Book Staff (1961, 1962); Newman Club; "M" Club; YMCA 
Football Team (four years); College Choir; Alpha Kappa Mu Honor Society; Men's Senate, Student Council (Treas 
urer, 1961; \'ice President, 1962); Who's Who Among Students in American Colleges and Universities (196] , 1962) 
GADSDEN, CLARENCE, History; Alpha Phi Alpha; "M" Club; Newman Club; Football Team (four years). 






FRANK GARRETT 

58 Cannon Street 

Charleston, South Carolina 



KENNETH H. GREENE 

1308 West Fourth Street 
Greenville, North Carolina 



AMY G. GRIER 

1413 North Rosedale Street 

Baltimore 16, Maryland 






CHARLES L. IIARN IN 

510 North Denison Street 

Baltimore, Maryland 



ERNEST HAW KINS 

Box 23 

Owings, Maryland 



LEO HAW KINS 
Route I, Box 692 
Clinton, Mar\land 



GARRETT, FRANK, Industrial Arts: Omega Rsi Pin; I'an-ilrllcnie Socu-tx ( I'r.-sulent, U)(S|): Stameralters 
YMCA; Student Counselors. GREENE, KENNETH H., History: History C:lul); Men's Senate; Scrollers Cluh 
GRIER, AMY C, Mathcuiafics: Alpha Kappa .\lpha; Science (Mui); VW'C-A; Women's Council; Wesle>' Foundation 
StaHccraltcrs. HARVIN, CHARLES, Physical Education: Scrollers Cluh; Physical Education Cluh; Men's Senate 
"M" Cluh; lM)()tl)all Team (lour \e;irs). HAWKINS, ERNEST, A,i,'r)rii/h/r£',- NT''A; i^illc C:lul>, Student Counselors 
Newman Cluh; YMCA. HAWKINS, LEO, Business Education: Phi Beta Lambda; Ecd^^cr Staff (Editor, 19(S2) 
YMCA. 






JOSHUA E. HAZELTON, JR 

16 Court Street 
Charleston, South Carolina 



HELEN MACKLIN HILL 

3302 19th Street, NAV. 

Washington 10, D.C. 



MELXIX I. HILL 

Route 1, Box 123 

Chester, Maryland 






BERXICE R. HITE 

432 Xortli Pulaski Street 
Baltimore, Maryland 



DOROTHY V. HOLLIDAY 

Box 237 
St. Michael's, Maryland 



CHARLES J. HOLMES 

411 East Basin Street 
Norristown, Pennsylvania 



HAZELTON, JOSHUA E., JR., Biology; NeWman Clulx Arnold Air Society; Drill Team Commander; Sphinx 
Club. HILL, HELEN M., Sociology; YWCA (Secretary); Wesley Foundation; Women's Intramurals; Student 
Lounge Counselor; German Clul); History Club; Ivy Leaf Club; Women's Council; Charm Club; Chess Club; 
Alpha Kappa Sorority. HILL, MELVIN J., Physical Education; Student Council; Men's Senate; Physical Educa- 
tion Club; Lounge Counselors (President). HITE, BERNTCE R., Sociology; History Club; Women's Council; 
YWCA; Ivy Leaf Clul). HOLLIDAY, DOROTHY V., Home Economics; Women's Council; YWCA; Home Eco- 
nomics Club; College Choir. HOLMES, CHARLES J., Social Sciences; Co-Captain, Foodxdl Team; Baseball 
Team; Lettermen's Club; All-CIAA Fullback, All-American Fullback. 






WILLIAM JOHNSON 
Route 2, Jersey Road 
Salisbury, Maryland 



AUDREY JONES 
Route 1, Union Road 
Salisbur\- Maryland 



DANIEL lONES 
205 West xMain Street 
Norwich, Connecticut 






INA JONES 

236 ^^'est College A\enue 

Chestertown, Mar\lancl 



LAURA I. JONES 

Jewell Route 

Dunkirk P.O., Maryland 



SAMUEL I ONES 

205 Mitchell Lane 

Chapel Hill, North Carolina 



JOHNSON, WILLIAM, Chemistry: Who's Who Atnonn Students in Ameriean CoUef^es and Universities: Alplia 
Kappa Mu Honor Societ> ; Science Chil); "M" Clnli; lMintl)all TiMin dour \carsK JONES, AUDREY. Physical 
Education: Delta Sigma Tlieta; Kappa Sw ccthcarl, YWCA; \\\'sli'\ {■oundation; Stagccralters. JONES, DANIEL. 
Physical Education: Scroller Clul); Men's Council. Baskcthali i'lani (lour \cars); Haseliall Teani; "M" C;iul>. 
JONES, INA, Physical Education: Delta Sigina Iheta; Pinsical Education Club; YWCA; Wesley Foundation; Wo- 
men's C:onncil. JONES, LAURA I., Ceneral Home Economics: Women's Council; '^'WCA (Secret;uy, lOfiL 1962); 
Home Isconomii-s Clul) (Sccrctar)', 1959-60, I'rcsidciit, 19(i()-(il, Stndcut-at-I „irge, 1961-62); \^■(•^lc\ l-'oiiiulalion, 
JONES, SAMUEL, Buildinfi Construction: Student Counselors; \MCA. 






ALICE FAYE KEENE 

209 Mace's Lane 
Cambridge, Maryland 



ALONZO KELLY, JR. 
3200 Yosemite Avenue 
Baltimore 15, Maryland 



MILDRED MAGDALENE 

KELLY 

Route 32 

Simpsoux ille, Mar\land 






ALONZO KILGORE 

4106 Springdale A\enue 
Baltimore, Mar\ land 



LELIA MADDOX 

Route 2, Box 298 

Princess Anne, Mar\ land 



WILLIE MERCER 

715 East Grand Avenue 

Rocky Moinit, North Carolina 



KEENE, ALICE FAYE, Business Education; Business Club; Angel Plight (Secretary); Women's Council; Ledfier 
(Typist); Stagecrafters; Alpha Kappa Mu Interest Group. KELLY, ALONZO, JR., Industrial Education; Intraniuial 
Basketinill; Football; Tennis; Softball; Scrollers Club; Student Council Lounge Counselor; Men's Senate. KELLY, 
MILDRED M., General Home Economics; Home Economics Club; Women's Council; Alpha Kappa Mu Interest 
Group. KILGORE, ALONZO, Art. MADDOX, LELIA, Home Eco7wmics; Home Economics Club. MERCER, 
WILLIE, Physical Education; l-'ootball Team (tour >'ears), "M" Club; Pli>sical Education Club. 






HAZEL H. MILBOURNE 

Princess Anne 

Maryland 



ROSALIE MILLER 

Route I, Box 180 

Queenstown, Maryland 



NANTON T. MITCHELL 
R.F.D. 1, Box 246 
Vienna, Maryland 






DeWITT MOORE 

12 Marl)ury Lane 

Brandvwine, Maryland 



LAWRENCE E. NEWMAN 

Box 3760 
Upper Marlboro, Mar\land 



HAMILTON M. PARRAN 

Route 402 
Prince Frederick, Mar\Iand 



MILBOURNE, HAZEL H., Business Education: Alplia Kappa \lu Honor Societ\'; Delta Sii^nia Tlieta Sororit\-; 
Phi lieta Lambda. MILLER, ROSALEE, Physical Education: WouK-n's Council; Dance Group; Physical Educa- 
tion Clul); NEA; Alpha Kappa Mu Interest CJroup. MITCHELL, NANTON J., Social Science: History Cluli; Sci- 
ence Club; French Club; Drill Teain; VMCA; Men's Senate MOORE, DeWITT, Agriculture: NFA; Wterans 
Club. NEWMAN, LAWRENCE E., Business Education: Phi Beta Lambda; "M" Club; Student Counselor; College 
Band; Baseball Team (Pitcher, 1960). PARRAN, HAMILTON M., Biology: Alpha Phi Alpha; Science Club (Vice 
President); Student (Counselor. 






JAMES PHIPPS 
106 Convent Avenue 
New York, New York 



JOHN PIERCE 
Route 1, Box 235 
Chester, Maryland 



ELIZABETH PINDER 
Route 1, Box 235 
Vienna, Maryland 






PRESTON CHARLES POLK 
663 Fitzwater Street 
Salisbury, Maryland 



E\'ERETT IRVIN POOLE 

R.F.D. 1, Box 12 

New Church, Virginia 



JOHN PRICE 

771 N.E. Market Street 
Reidsville, North Carolina 



PHIPPS, JAMES, Social Science; Omega Psi Phi (President, 1962); Student Council (President, 1961); Junior 
Class President, 1961; Men's Senate (President, 1961); Track Team (four years). PIERCE, JOHN, Physical Educa- 
tion; Men's Senate; Lounge Counselor; Physical Education Club. PINDER, ELIZABETH, Physical Education; 
Women's Council; Physical Education Club. POLK, PRESTON C, Social Science; Phi Beta Sigma (Secretary); 
French Club; History Club. POOLE, EVERETT I., Music Education; College Choir; Collegium Musicum; Men's 
Senate. PRICE, JOHN, Building Construction; "M" Club; Men's Council; Football Team (four years). 






MICHAEL R. PRINGLE 

1010 65th Place 

lefFerson Heights, Maryland 



CHARLES K. PURCELL 

Route 4, Snow Hill Road 

Salisbury, Maryland 



BEXJANHX F. PURKETT 

407 York Street 

Elizabeth City, North Carolina 






TOMMY ALLEN PURXELL 

Route 3 

Hcrlin, \hir\iun(l 



SAMUEL H. gUALLS 

816 East Road 

Salisinirs-, MarN'laiul 



c:harles ric;c;s 

Route 2, Box 57 
Owings, Mar>laiid 



PRINGLE, MICHAEL, Social Science; Kappa Alpha Psi ( lvx-C:hecker); Si.mna Pi Si.mna; Student Council. PUR- 
CELL, CHARLES K., Eiifilislu EuKlish Chib; hn-uvh Clui). PURKETT, BENJAMIN F., En^^lish: Student Couu- 
cil (Doruiitor)- I'lei)resentative, 1959-60; Ticasurer, 1062-63); Student National I'klueation Association; Enulish 
C^hil), Seeritarv-Treasurer; i'"rench Club; Pan-Hellenic C-ouucil (Picsident, U)(i2); Ka|ip;i Alpha Psi l''rateniit\- 
(Poleniareh, 1961, 1962); Leiternieu's Club (Treasurer); StaKecralters PliRNELL. TOMMY A., Social Science: 
Histor\' Club; Women's (ioinicil; \\'esle\' l<"oundation; {•"rench Club, Mjilui K;ippa Alpha (Di-an ol Pletl.uees). 
QUALLS, SAMUEL R.. Business Education: Alpha Kapp.i \bi Honor So(iet\ (President, Alpha Lambda C:hapter); 
I'lu Beta Lambda Cluipter; IvBT^.A. (Parliamentarian); Colleur Yenlnink Stafi' ( Business Manager, 1959, I960: 
Associate l';dit;)r-in-Clnel, I9(i2). RI(;C;S. CHARLES, Phi/sicai Education. 






RUSSELL ROGERS 
59 South Ninth Street 
Newark, New Jersey 



EMERSON j. ROSS 

1015 Woodland Avenue 

Toledo 7, Ohio 



ALBERT SANTIO 

87 Benefit Street 

Providence, Rhode Islantl 






ERNEST SATCHELL 

Box 25 

Weirwood, \'irginia 



PERCELL FRANKLYN SMITH 

512 Tan,i;ier Street 
Salishin\-, Mar\land 



ROBERT DeHART 
SPENCER, JR. 

628 Girard Street, N.E. 
Washington, D.C. 



ROGERS, RUSSELL, Physical Education- Scroller Clul); Captain, Track Team, fil-62-63; Member of Physical 
Education Clul); Member of the NCAA All-American Track and Field Team, 19H1-62; -M" Club. ROSS, EMERSON 
J., Social Science; Alpha Phi Alpha (President); Junior Class (President); Senior Class (President); Student Council 
(President, 1962); YMCA (President, 1961); "M" Club; Alpha Kappa Mu Interest Group; History Club; Newman 
Club. SANTIO, ALBERT, Physical Education: Track Team (four years); Newman Club; Men's Council; Physical 
Education Club; "M" Club. SATCHELL, ERNEST, Art Education; Art Editor, College Year Book; Men's Council; 
Stagecrafters. SMITH, PERCELL F., Social Science; Basketball Team (1958-59-60); Track Team (1958-59-60-61); 
Crescent Club; Phi Beta Sigma; YMCA. SPENCER, ROBERT D., Jr., Building Construction; Kappa Alpha Psi 
Fraternit\-; Men's Senate. 






ORLANDO LEN'I SPRY 

R.F.D. 1, Box 197 

Rhodesdale, Maryland 



DELTON STANP^ORD 
Route 2, Box 185 
Preston, Maryland 



DOROTHY STEVENSON 
2336 Laureth Avenue 
Baltimore, Maryland 






NORRIS SYDNOR 

570 Addison I-load 
Washintrton 27, D.C. 



REBECCA SYDNOR 

5 Moores Avenue 
Canihrid,u:e, MavN-Jand 



HERMAN B. TAYLOR 

1706 Eutaw Place 

Baltiniori', Mar%land 



SPRY, ORLANDO L., Social Sciences: Ercndi Clul); College Band; HistorvCluh; YMC:A: Alplia Kapixi Mn Inter- 
est Croup. STANFORD, DELTON: Alplia Phi Alplia Fraternity. STEVENSON. DOROTHY. Social Science. SYD- 
NOR, .NORRLS. Mathematics: President, StagecraFters; Histor\- C:lnl); Seienci' Clul.. Kappa Alpha IM. SYDNOR, 
REBECCA, Home Economies: Women's Council; Home Economics Club. TAYLOR, HERMAN B.. Sociolofitj: 
French Clul.; Historv Clnh; Men's Senate; YMCA. 



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ROBERT TAYLOR 

5402 Monticello Road 

Columbia, South Carolina 



FRANCIS A. THOMAS 

Hughe.sville 

Maryland 



CAROLYN THOMPSON 

42 Douglas Street 
Cambridge, xMaryland 






FRANCIS WADE 

Hoffman Road 
Waldorf, Maryland 



WTLBUR L. WARFIELD 
Aberdeen 
Maryland 



BERNICE EVELYN 
WASHINGTON 

Route 1, Box 275 
Brandy wine, Maryland 



TAYLOR, ROBERT, Building Construction: Phi Beta Sigma (President); "M" Club (President); CIAA-NAIA Golf 
Champion. THOMAS, FRANCIS A., Agriculture Education: NFA; Newman Club; Men's Senate. THOMPSON, 
CAROLYN, English: Englisli Club, President; Le Cercle Francaise, Treasurer and Acting President; Student 
Council, Secretary and Miss Maryland State College; Year Book Staff- Staff Correspondent; Lounge Counselor; 
\'ice President, Senior Class; Majorette Squad; Who's Who Among Students: Alpha Kappa Mu Honor Society. 
WADE, FRANCIS, Agriculture Education; NFA; Newman Club; Men's Senate, Student Counselor. WARFIELD, 
WILBUR, Mathematics: Science Club; YMCA; Student Counselors, WASHINGTON, BERNICE E., Business Edu- 
cation; President, Delta Sigma Theta Sorority; \'ice President, Phi Beta Lambda; Secretary., Senior Class; Student 
Counselor; Corresponding Secretary, Student Council; Treasurer, Newman Club; Assistant Editor of Business 
Ledger; Member, George E. C. Hayes Loan Fund; Women's Council; Alpha Kappa Mu Interest Group; Major- 
ettes, 1959-60; Year Book Staff, Correspondent, 1961, 1962. 






HAXXA WASHINGTON 

Route 1 

Rock Hall, Maryland 



ALETA WEEDOX 

Box 161 

Buckeystown, Maryland 



SYLVESTER WHITE 

305 Poplar Hill A\enue 

Salisbury, Maryland 






LEONARD WICKES 

30 Pear Street 
Red Bank, Xew jersey 



CURTIS WILLIAMS 

1905 North Bentalou Street 

Baltiniori' Ifi, Mar\!and 



EAITH WILLIAMS 

855 A\enue A 
Port Allen, Louisiana 



WASHINGTON, HANNA, Home Economics. WEEDON, ALETA L., Biological Sciences: Science C\u\r. Staee- 
craf'ters; Women's Clonncil; College Choir; Majorette Sciuad. WHITE. SYLVESTER, Home Economics: Presidi-nt, 
Home Economics Clul), 19fS2; Treasurer, Home Econonn'cs Club, U)(i I , Mt inher ol I'ln beta Siuma Fraternit\- and 
Eastern Re^nonal Representative; YMCA; Cliaplain, Phi Beta Si^ma. WICKES, LEONARD, Sociology: Lampados 
Clul); Monarcli Clul); Men's Senate; Student Clouncil; Senior Photo.urapher on Year book Staff; Alplui Kapp;i Mu 
Interest Cron]). WILLIAMS, CURTIS, Bitihlin^ Construction: Men's Senate; Student Counselors; YMCA. WIL- 
LIAIVIS, FAITH, Business Education: President, Phi Beta Lambda; President, Student Counselors; Delta Si.uma 
riieta; Ceoriie [',. C. Hayes Loan Fund; Alpha Kappa Mu; Who's Who Among Students in American Colleges and 
Universities. 






HELEN B. WILLIAMS 

5201 Sheriff Road, N.E. 

Washington 19, D.C. 



E\ EREIT WILLS 

Box 305, Hiintingtovvn Road 

Huntingtown, Maryland 



THOMAS LEE WILSON 
2519 West Shawnee 
Muskogee, Oklahoma 






CURTIS WISE 

Box 122-C, Guilford Road 

Jessup, Mar\'land 



WILLIE C. WYATT 

Route 8, Box 119 
Columbia, Tennessee 



ALICETEEN ELIZABETH 
YOUNG 

Post Office Box 117 
Marion Station, Mar\land 



WILLIAMS, HELEN B., Business Education; Delta Sigma Theta; YWCA; Newman Club; Stagecralters; Women's 
Council. WILLS, EVERETT, Agriculture; NFA; YMCA; Stagecrafters. WILSON, THOMAS L., Football Team 
(tour years); Alpha Phi Alpha (Secretary); Men's Senate (President); History Club (President); Junior Class, Chap- 
lain; Alpha Kappa Mu Interest Group; Senior Class, Chaplain; YMCA; "M" Club; Arnold Air Society. WISE, 
CURTIS, Business Education; Year Book Staff (Assistant Business Manager, I960); Stagecrafters; Ledger Staff; 
Chess Clui). WYATT, WILLIE C, Building Construction; Football Team (three years); Quarterback (1955-56); 
Baseball Team (1955-1959); Pitcher; Student Counselor; "M" Club; Men's Senate; Philadelphia Phillies Profes- 
sional Baseball Farm System. YOUNG, ALICETEEN E., Business Education; Women's Council; Business Club; 
YWCA; Wesley Foundation; Ivy Leaf Club; C^harm Club; .Alpha Kappa Mu Interest Group. 



Some Juniors and Seniors 




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Alma Hkll, '64 

Presents 

The JunicM* Class 






L. VICTOR ANDERSON CHARLES BALLARD 



SHERMAN BERNETT 






JEANETTE BRATTEN 



d\vk;ht brooks 



IRIS BROOKS 






C; LOR I A BROWN 



LONNIE BU'l'LEH 



BERNARD CVBIKH 






EUGENE CEPHAS 



HARRY CHURCH CLARENCE CLEMONS 






GEORGE COATES 



GEORGE CROSSE 



RICHARD DAVIS 






CAROLYN DOSW'ELL 



CELIA DOUGLAS 



PATRICIA ELLIS 






ERNEST E\AXS 



WILEASE FIELDS 



MAURICE FOOTE 






THOMAS FRASIER 



BARBARA C;A1THER 



BARBARA CLEW 






ELWYX CODS FY 



AI.M A MALL 



KLAIXF IIAVKS 






JAMES W. JOXES 



LULA JONES 



BURRELL JORDAN 






CHRISTINE KELLY 



DORIS KENNEDY 



MATTIE LYONS 






HOWARD LYLES 



ABRAHAM LOCKETT 



RUTH LOFLAND 



; .jmi'Mmmmm^^siM:>.'-..^i^ 






DELORES MACKALL 



MANGE McCALL 



Y\'ONNE McCLAIX 






RONALD McCULLOUGH 



GARROLL MARGUS 



JAMES MARROW 






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GHARLES MAYES 



WAYNE MILES 



MAIUAN M()L0C:K 






DELORES ODEX 



WILSON PARRAN 



SHARON PHILLIPS 






LEWIS POWELL 



SHIRLEY PROCTOR 



NORWOOD PURNELL 






DIANN RHOCK 



VICTORIA ROSS 



CHARLES SHOWELL 






EDWARD SMILEY 



JOHN \V. SMITH 



MEREDITH SMITH 






SEDRIC SUGGS 



SYDNEY SULLI\AN 



MARY STAXCIL 






CAl A l\ THOMAS 



NANA THOMAS 



GRKALY nil lUIOX 





NATHAXIEL TOLSON 



CLARA TOWN SEND 




HAHHV \()DKin 





CHARLES WALKER 



GEORGE WILSON 




CLARENCE TURNER 



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Some Juniors and Sophomores 






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ZELMA ADAMS 



SANDRA ALDRIDGE 



CYNTHIA ALTON 






WILLIE BAKER 



GERALD BALTIMORE 



ROBERT BANKS 






ROBF.RT BATSON 



THELNLA BELL 



RONALD lUSHOP 






WILLIAM BLACKWELL 



BERXICE BOGGS 



GLOIUA BOOXE 






REGINALD BOUNDS 



NED BHITT 



ELLSWORTH BROOKS 






ELMER BROOKS 



MAR\IN BROWN 



THOMAS BRYANT 






WALTON BURROUGHS 



FAIRF.\X CAMPBELL 



SHIRLEY CAMPER 






SHARON CANN 



BILLY CHANDLER 



THERESA CHEEKS 






DOLORES CH IPPEY 



EARL CHRISTY 



DA\ ID CX)NNALLY 






JEROME CORNISH 



EMIL CROMWELL 



RAYMOND CURTIS 






WILLIAM DARLING 



EDWARD DAMS 



DIANE DAVIS 






JACQUELINE DENNIS 



LAWRENCE DeSHIELD 



ROYCE DILL 






WALTER EIKER 



CLYDE E\'Ai\S 



lOHN FLX.X 






LOUIDA FLETCHER 



DARLEXE GIBSON 



axc;ela glascoe 





DOUCU.AS COODWIN 



HAHBA1V\ CHEEX 




CHARLES GREEXE 






KATHLEEN GREENE 



GARNELL GUNTHER 



SANDRA HAMILTON 






ALFONSO HANLMOND 



NORNL\ HARRIS 



SGOTLAND HARRIS 






OWEN HARROD 



JOSEPH HAWKINS 



BENNETT HIGGINS 




£Th d 





THOMAS HAY 



TIMOTHY HAY 



ELLA HILL 






WILLIAM IHLLNL-W' 



ALPHONSO INGRAM 



0SC:AR JACKSON 






RAYMOND JACKSON 



S. EMU. JACKSON 



HON ALH J \MHI".l r 






AMBROSE JERALD 



FRANCES JOHNS 



GEORGE JOHNSON 






BETTY JONES 



JAMES C. JONES 



THELMA JONES 






EUGENE JORDAN 



MORGAN KELLEY 



FRANGES KELLY 






M. DeLOIS KILGORE 



WILLIS KIRK 



JOHN KMGHT 






JOHN LEE 



JOAN LINDSAY 



RICHARD LINDSAY- 






DON N A LOWE 



EDNA LOW E 



lEHOME NKAlVriRH 






WAYNE McGEE 



STERLING MARSHALL 



JOSEPH MASON 







WILHELNHNA MEARS HENRIETTA C. MILBURN 



r 

DONALD MITCHELL 





ROLAND MOORE 



WARREN MORGAN 







OLIVER MORRIS 



CATHERINE MORTON 



ROBERT NEWTON 






LEON NUNNELLY 



ELIZABETH NUTTER 



THELMA OPHER 






DOUGLAS PARKER 



CARROLL PAYNE 



CAROLYN PEELE 






ARLETT PETTAWAY 



CLARENCE POLK 



AL\ IN POPE 






CELESTINE POPE 



ELAINE RANDALL 



WILLLAM RHODES 






EARL RICHARDSON 



LEON ROBBINS 



DeLOIS SANDERS 



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ANITA SAUNDERS 



ALPHONSO SELBY 



KENNETH SIMPLER 






GEORGE SISGO 



EUGENE SLATER 



ARTHUR SLAUGHTER 






lESSIE SMILEY 



JAMES S.NHTH 



WALTER STOKES 






EARLEAN STURGIS 



DELORES SVDNOR 



EARL TAYLOR 






WILLIE THAXTOX 



CLYDE THOMAS 



TAMES THOMAS 






PERCY THOMAS 



WILLIAM F. THOMAS ANXIE MAE THOMPSOX 






lEROME THOMPSOX 



LEOX THOMPSOX 



SHEPHARD THOMPSOX 






AL\ IX TIXCH 



ISRAEL TURXER 



BOXA AXGELA WADDY 




LEROY WAIXWRIGHT 





CLIFTOX WALKER 



AXXE WALLIXC.TOX 






WOODY WARD 



MELNIX WATKIX'S 



LELIA WATSOX 






JAMES WEEMS 



ISAAC WHITE 



BETTY WILLIAMS 






EDWARD \'. WILLIAMS 



HORACE WILSON 



HELEX WOODS 



I 



Remember Our Freshman Days? 




Addison Wallace 







Sandra Abney 
Marqueenia Adair 
Consuella Armwood 
Montere\' Banks 



Brenda Beads 
Lillian Bivans 
Edward Bland 
Donald Blanks 



James Boardley 
Emerson Boozer 
Mary Brooks 
Alfrieda Brown 



Gene\a Brown 
George Brown 
Robert Brown 
Llo\d Butler 



Stanle\- B>rd 
Robert B\the\vood 
Geneva Cannon 
Phvllis Catlett 



Geraldine Chase 
Robert Cheers 
B\ron Clarke 
Charles Coleman 



E\'a Coleman 
Evelyn Collins 
Paressa Connor 
Sara Cook 



Rosalie Cornish 
Gwendolyn Coward 
Li\'ingston Cowling 
Marshall Cropper 





Stephen Cuyjet 
Geraldine Dale 
Ctirol Daniels 
Margaret Da\'age 



Laura Da\ is 
James Dickens 
Leslie Donaldson 
Thomas Dopson 



James Edwards 
Louis Elliott 
George Fenwick 
Richard F"isher 



\\'a\ne Fisiier 
Richard I'orchion 
C'aroKn I'dx 
Stanle\ Friend 



Charles Games 
Marion Gee 
Clariiia Geer 
Curtis Gentr\' 



Da\id Gibson 
Cozie Goodwin 
Annetta Green 
Hubert Graham \y 



James Griffin 
Dennis Gross 
Evelyn Hall 
Glenda Jiarris 




Lee Harris 
Dean Hart 
Lewis Ha> ward 
Russell Hogan 





Barbara Holland 
Lawrence Holliday 
Ronald Howard 
Douglas Hutchins 



Russell Ir\'ine 
Ricliard Jackson 
Robert Jackson 
Robert lackson 



William Johns 
Barbara Johnson 
Bernell Johnson 
Brenda Johnson 



James Johnson 
JoNce Johnson 
Lero>' Jolmson 
Phyllis Jolmson 



John Jones 
Joyce Jones 
Rosie K>ler 
Kenneth LaPiince 



Doris Leigh 
James Liggins 
Natasha Logan 
Daxid Louden 



Theodore McCalluni 
Mary Grace McDade 
Chester McLin 
Lerov Mack 



Calvin Maddox 
David Marljray 
Paul Nhushall 
Carole Martin 




'■fW^K-A 




Clifton Martin 
Louis Mason 
Alton Miles 
Lawrence Mies 



Marilyn Mills 
William Mitchell 
William Moaney 
Frederick Moore 



Joseph Morris 
Doroth\' Morton 
Mable Morton 
Annette Moten 



Bernaril Miickle 
Joyce Nichols 
Norman Nichols 
Hector Pauan 



Rosalind Parker 
W illiani Perry 
Fiend Finder 
Hamilton Piummer 



Christine Pope 
\'irginia Pritciiett 
James Pri\ott 
Rosa Pryor 



William E. Pullen 
Norman Pmnell 
William Purnell 
Willie Purnell 



Walter Queen 
Charles Raulings 
Harr\ Redd 
Marv Reynolds 





James Richmond 
La\sTence Riddick 
Marva Ringgold 
Marv Robinson 



Earl Rogers 
Maizelle Ross 
Lonnie Russell 
Robert Satchell 



Bernard Scott 
Sylvia Scott 
Phyllis Seward 
Marv Shade 



Edwin Skinner 
Da\ id Sloan 
Edward Snn'th 
jolm E. Snnth 



John W. Smith 
Mar\' Soiitherland 
Mildred Standi 
Ernestine Stanle\' 



Ronald Stewart 
Kenneth Stovall 
Adelyn Sulli\'an 
Euretia Thaxton 



James Thomas 
Joseph Thomas 
Myra Thomas 
Alicia Thompson 



George Thompson 
Norman Tilghman 
Rose Tongue 
Shirlev Travers 





Bessie Wallace 
Joseph Warrick 
David Washington 
Mary \\'ashington 



Ra>mond ^^'ashington 
Willie Washington 
Gladstone ^^'aters 
John Watson 



Charles ^^'atts 
Ernest Wells 
Odell \\'heeler 
Ruth Wheeler 



Richard White 
E\erett Whitney 
Walter Williams 
Welchio \\'inston 




Michael Woodson 




Danny Wright 




Xeiinenia Wood 




William Young 




Haswell Young 




Richard Mackenzie 



HERE COME THE 66'ERS 



Dean Polk greets arrivals for fall session. 



A cool drink for a parent after a long, hot ride. 





'Now be sure to dress carefully for President Williams 
L-lconie reception for new students." 



President Williams, his housekeeper (Mrs. Ruth Collick), and Home Ec 
Majors Carolyn Doswell, Hanna Washington, Yvonne McClain, and Doris 
Kennedy, prepare for reception to new students. 








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THE STUDENT COUNSELORS: Dean Francis H. Harris, Adviser. Seated: Hay, Thomas, Jones, Brown, Adams, Chippey, Walling- 
ton, Cheeks, Greene, Wade. Standing: Marshall, Dean Harris, Turner, Cann, Randall, Douglas, Fields, Simpler, Kelley, Kennedy, 
Thompson, Rhock, Alton, Hay, Timothy, Hawkins. 




Some members ol the Women's Council, Assistant Dean Irma Polk, Adviser; Carohn Thompson, President. 




THE YOUNG WOMEN'S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION; Miss Anne Howard, Adviser. Seated: Douglas, Burley, Hill, Brown, Ennels, 
President; Davis, Randall, Waddy, Ophir. Standing: Washington, Miss Howard, Logan, Jones, Catlett, Saunders, Watson, Shade, Boone, 
Smiley, Gee, Milburn. 




THE WESLEY FOUNDATION: Reverend S. S. Tatem, Adviser. Seated: Oden, Purnell, President. Standing: 
Tinch, Hall, Bishop, Crosse, White. 




THE FRENCH CLUB: Professor C. C. Jacobs, Adviser. Seated: Mitchell, Chippey, Dennis, Finn, Cheeks, Wallace, 
L. Jones, President. Kelly. Standing: Randall, B. Jones, Lowe, Nichols, Smiley, Leigh, Mills, Adams, Peele, Arm- 
wood, McMillan, Wickes, L. Johnson. 




THE SCIENCE CLLB: I'mh.so.s W \ L> nk and \V. (). lUiW. .\diisers. Seated: Proti->sor Lvnk, Newton. Tiniotliy 
Hay, Parran, Glenn, Tolson, Professor Hull. Slandinn: Sniitli, Sl.muhter. Lewis. Polk. Coafes, .SinipU'r. lolnison. 
Thomas Hay, Marshall, Pinder, Connally, Jer.ild 




THE LEDGER STAFF: Dr. Vernon \V. Stone, Adviser. Seated Faith Williams. Standing: Quails, Wise, Fletcher 
Mason, Bowins, Bernice Washington, Hawkins, Editor. 




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PHI BETA LAMBDA, Business Fraternity: Mrs. Virginia Jones Quails, Adviser. Seated: Stokes, Lowe, Wilson, 
Fletcher, Mason, Cann, Mrs. Quails. Standing: Newman, Coleman, Wise, Williams, Magee, Boone, Bernett, Purnell, 
McCullough, Gibson, Thompson, Davis, Greene, Williams, President; Quails, Burley, Washington, Lee (partly 
hidden). 



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ENGLISH CLUB; Mrs. Mary Fair Burks, Adviser. Seated, First Row: Thomas, 
Saunders, Peele, Camper. Second Row: Randall, Thompson, President: Smiley. 
Standing: Phillips, Purkett, Purnell, Lindsay, Mrs. Burks 



THE STAGECRAFTERS: Miss Irma Polk, Adviser. Ascending Order, First Row: Daniels, Hite, 
Coleman, Sydnor, President. Second Row: Conway, Purnell, Nunnelly, Crosse. Third Row: 
Williams, Peele, Grier, Stevenson, Miss Polk. 




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THE COLLEGE CHOIR: Dr Frank Carroll, Director. First Row: Morton, Woods, Cook, Holliday, Mears, J. Nichols. Second Row: Cann, Greene, 
Peele, Lofland. Third Row: Catlett, Adair, Dennis, Scott. Fourth Row: Jones, Clark, Johnson, Magee, Moaney, Waddy. Fifth Row: Batson, \'odery, 
Jackson, Thompson, N. Nichols, Higgins, demons. Sixth Row: Thompson, Crosse, Banks, Cordery. 



Dr. Carroll conducts choir on T\' program. 





THE NEW FARMERS OF AMERICA: Dr. Claude Marion, Adviser. Seated: F. Thomas, Johns, Butler, Simpler, McCall, Parran, Ayers, 
Turner. First Row, Standing: Sisco, Rawlings, Hawkins, Selby, Dill, Coleman, Eiker, Coates, Wilis, Wade, Harrod, Marshall. Second 
Row, Standing: Mack, Slater, Davis, Kirk, Douglas, Evans, Cheers, J. Thomas, Taylor, Bond, Friend. 



INDUSTRIAL ARTS CLUB: Mr. Richard Thomas, Adviser. First Roiv: Muckle, Wilkuison, Wasliington, Anderson, Easton. Second 
Row: Boozer, Church, Cowling, Weems, Johnson. Third Row: Smith, Sullivan, Bishop, Fisher, Turner. Fourth Row: Blackwell, Wheeler, 
Professor Thomas, Professor Williams, Donaldson, Riddick, Carter. 





THE PHYSICAL EDUCATION CLUB: Professor R \I White, Adviser 



THE RIFLE CLUB: Colonel Louis W. Cracken, Adviser. Seated: Robbins, Tolson, Martin. Standing: Friend Scott Cuvjet Ford 
Edwards, Queen, Nunnelly, Cheers, Johns, Colonel Cracken. ' > • • 




"With a Fellowship Sincere and Rare" 




THE I\'Y LEAF CULB- First Row: Hill, Watson, Cheeks, 
Mears, Mosby. Second Row: Mackall, Saunders, Bell, Gaither, 
Chippey, Glascoe, Hite, Stevenson, Hall, President. 



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THE ALPHA KAPPA ALPHA SORORITY: Seated: Adams, Brown, Wil- 
liams, Davis, Randall, Rhock. Standing: Conway, Dennis, Fisher (Basileus), 
Greer, Stancil, Lvons, Kennedy, McClain. 



Distinguished Members of 

Alpha Kappa Alpha 



Soror Barbara Fisher, Who's Who 
Among Students in American Col- 
leges and Universities: candidate 
lor Alpha Kappa Mu. 



Soror Yvonne McClain, Who's Who Among 
Students. 



Soror Diann Rhock, Candidate for 
Alpha Kappa Mu. 






'We Cherish Thy Precepts. 



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Thelma Bell, 

the Alpha Sweetheart 



SPHINX CLUB -Top to Bottom, First Row: Lockett, 
Edward Davis, Walker, VVeems, Waters. Second Row: 
Banks, Baltimore, Ernest Evans, Lelia Watson, Sweet- 
heart: Wise, Parran. Third Row: Wallace, Hutchins, 
Coates, Wilson, Mason. 



President Williams with Brother Dr. William J. Hale, 
National President of Alpha Phi Alpha, Leadership Con- 
vocation Speaker, and Mrs. Hale. Dr. Hale is President 
of Langston University. 



Brother Dean F. H. Harris at halves during the Army-Navy game in Phila- 
delphia. 




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"Delta. We Praise Thee.' 




THE PYRAMIDS -Top, Clockwise: Tlu'liiia Jones, Catlett, 
AudreN- Jones, Betty Jones, Fo>', Burle\ , Thompson, Washing- 
ton, Townsend, Cann, Harris. 



Counter Clockwise: Bowins, Jones, Fields, Ferguson, Nutter, Smiley, Wash- 
ington, President; Alton, Ennels. 



Distinguished Members of Delta Sigma Theta 



Sorer Faith Williams, Distin- 
guished Member of Who's Who, 
Alpha Kappa Mu. 





Soror Enez Bowins, Distinguished Memher of 
Who's Who, Alpha Kiippa Mu. 



Soror Bernice Washington, Distin- 
guished Member of VV/io's Who. 




'From Thee We'll Never Part. " 

rhe Brothers in ^^K ^^^ _Kappa Alpha Psi 



Spencer 



Fuller 




Corderv 



''We'll Thunder Back Along the Line." 




PHI BETA SK;MA BROTHERS -Showell, President- White, Brooks, C. Polk, Shirley Proctor, Sweetheart. MililulK P, Polk, Thoim 
Hay, Bounds, Timothy Hay. 



THE CRESCENT CLUB: Suggs, Jones, Thurmon, Smith, 
President; Lyles, Smiley, Mercer. Center: Earlean Sturgis, 
Sweetheart. 



Advisers to Sigma; Brothers R. H. Beaslev and William O. 
Hull. 




S w c e t h e a r t 
Shirley rides 
Sigma Float in 
IIomecomiMg 
Parade. 





./'Omega, Dear Omega' 



BROTHERS IN OMEGA-Far Left: Pliipps, President. Far Right: 
Brother Dr. Walter Ridley, President of Elizabeth City (N.C.) 
Teachers College, with Brother T. W. Kiah before Brother Ridley's 
Founder's Day Address. Clockwise, from top of design: Wilkinson, 
Purnell, Briscoe, Garrett, Crosse, Miles, Cromwell. Center: Enez 
Bowins, Sweetheart. 






THE ARCHOXIAXS: Camper, Peele, President. Hamilton, Green. 



Archonians, Lamps, and Scrollers 



LAMPADOS CLUB; Wainwright, Sullivan, Russell, Sisco, 
Greene, Frazier, Louida Fletcher, Sweetheart. 




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riU'', S(H()l,l,i;H (UK: C.nln, /'rr.Mc/riir Krilx , Sprnrr, l).i\iv, HogiTs. I h<ini.i 
Riynt-, ThoinpsciM, Tinch, Smith. BKuiwiII. Hillm.in. 




FUTURE AKA'S: Davis, Stancil, Randall, Adams, Dennis 
Brown. 




Ivies Saunders, Mosby, Stevenson, Phillips, Mears, 
Chippey, Watson. 




THE SPHIXXMEN Coates, Hutchms W.it.is \\t,nis. 
Jarrett, E. Da\is, Walkei, Banks, Baltunoie, Batson 



THE PYRAMIDS: T. Jones, Catlett, Harris, B. Jones, 
Cann, Townsend, Washington, Foy, Thompson. 




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CRESCENTS; Smiley, Johnson, Thurnjon, Lvles. 




SCROLLERS: Leon Thompson, John Finn. 



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HOMECOMING: 1962 

This year marked the first time in the memory of loyal alumni and friends for a Homecoming crowd to see the 
mighty Hawks go down in defeat. A bitterly fought contest with a tough N.C.A. and T. opponent had excitement, 
color, thrills and glamor. Our largest reunion in a number of years brought back the grads and former students of 
some twenty to thirty years. A procession of fraternity sweethearts, class queens, and lovely girls from all over 
the Eastern Shore graced the floats; a swinging Homecoming dance ended a day to remember. 





With the aid of Aliceteen Young, Pat ElUs, and Bernice Washington, 
Miss Maryland State (Carolyn Thompson) prepared for the happiest 
day of her college career — her coronation. 



Miss Maryland State, Her Attendants, Their Escorts: Audrey Jones 
and Benjamin Purkett; Patty Thomas and Robert Taylor; Consuella 
Armwood and Stephen Cuyjet; Dolores Chippey and Earl Richard- 
son; Alma Hall and Lewis Powell; Thelma Bell and William Finger; 
Aleta Weedon and Willie Mercer; Enez Bowins and Frank Garrett; 
Shirley Proctor and Donald Mitchell. Crownbearer: Clifton Ander- 
son, |r. lunior Attendants: Cassandra Moslev and lovce Gates. 






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Awaiting their Queen: .A be\ \ i)l charming lieauties 



President of Student Council Ross crowns Miss Maryland State. 



A bouquet for Miss A and T. 



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"Thy Children Strong" 



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Honieconiiim I uis In ii iLniit i.iiiil LliIImII IiisImin [kihi these 
\ISC mtats Utaii ILuiis hol.cit Ii\l(.i (ij Re, heit Stacker, 
'51 |oe Robinson, '61 Cal \Iaitni, 51 Proltssor Thomas, Home- 
toniing Committee Chairman 














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Float: 


Mildred Kelly 


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Professor Mosley super\'ises Alvin Pope, '65 on floor, and Ernest 
Satchell, '63, in float building. 




First Prize Float, CMass ol i9(i. 




Christmas Parade in Salisbury: Miss Maryland State's float won a 
prize. 



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Miss Maryland State 



Dainty and petite (five feet two) 
Carolyn Thompson reigned with quiet 
distinction as Miss Maryland State 
during 1962. An English major with 
a winsome dimple, Carolyn likes to 
read, composes poetry, steps high 
with majorettes. Our girl out of Cam- 
bridge, Maryland, is in Alpha Kappa 
Mu Honor Society, a member of the 
Hawk staff, and for two years has 
been one of the BWOC chosen for 
Who's Who. She plans a career as a 
high school English teacher but thinks 
one should combine this one with 
marriage and a family. Dignity, ex- 
cellence in scholarship, and a desire 
to serve her fellow students make Miss 
MSC an exemplar of the good life at 
her alma mater. 




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Rather overwhelmed by her good luck, 
a happy English major poses at foun- 
tain below steps of Library of Con- 
gress with Dean of American poets 
Langston Hughes following Mr. 
Hughes' address at National Poetry 
Festival. 




Woman of the Year 




Bernice\\'a.sliingtoii,a sen- 
ior with cute freckles and a 
shy grin, was women's 
choice for Women of the 
Year, a very popular choice 
indeed. A Business Educa- 
tion major, Bernice plans to 
teach. She has been in just 
about every organization 
there is on campus, and her 
kind heart, tact, and ability 
to lead unobtrusively have 
propelled her into positions 
of leadership everywhere — 
Women's Council, Delta 
Sigma Theta, Hayes Loan 
Fund, Student Counselors, 
and a host of others. Quiet, 
busy, purposeful, with a 
sense of mission, Bernice 
meets everyone's criteria 
for the selection of our First 
Co-Ed. 



Helping to make decisions with the Hayes Loan Fund. 



Long hours of tedious work with H.-^WK staff 
in 1961 and 1962. 





'Who's Who" 




ENEZ BOWINS, '63, Business Ed., 
Alpha Kappa Mu Honor Society, 
Delta Sigma Theta, Omega Sweet- 
heart, Phi Beta Lambda. 




WILLIAM lOHNSON, '63, Chemis- 
try, Who's Who (1961, 1962), Alpha 
Kappa Mu, Science Club, "M" Club, 

Football Team (four years). 




BARBARA A. FISHER, '63, Social 
Science, Alpha Kappa Mu Initiate, 
Alpha Kappa Alpha, President; Wesley 
Foundation, Secretary; History Club, 
Secretary; Women's Council, NEA, 
YWCA, Vice President. 




CHRISTINE KELLY, '64, Mathe- 
matics, Women's Council, Treasurer; 
Science Club, YWCA, Student Coun- 
selor. 




ROBERT FORD, '63, Building Con- 
struction, ROTC Squadron Com- 
mander, Arnold Air Societ\', Y'ear Book 
Staff (1961, 1962), Newman Club, "M" 
Club, YMCA, Football team (four 
years). College Choir, Alpha Kappa 
.Mu, Men's Senate, Student Council, 
Treasurer, 1961, Vice President, 1962; 
Who's Who 1961, 1962. 




YNONNE McCLAIN, '64, Home Eco- 
nomics, Women's Council, Home 
Economics Club, YWCA, Alpha 
Kappa .Alpha, Student Counselor. 




CAROLYN IIIOMl'SON, '(r), Enfi- 
/i.s/i, English f:luli, President; Le 
Ccrclc Francais, Treasurer, Actiny: 
President; Student (Council, Miss 
Maryland Stale, Year Book Staff Cor- 
respondent, Lounge Counselor, Sen- 
ior Class Vice President, Majorette 
Squad, Who's Who (1961), Alpha 
Ka,>paMM 




BERNICE WASHINGTON, Business 
Education, Delta Sigma Theta, Presi- 
dent; Phi Beta Lambda, Vice Presi- 
dent; Senior Class, Secretary; Student 
Counselor, Student Council, Secre- 
tary; Newman C'lnb, Treasurer; Ledger 
Staff, Assistant Editor; C.E.C. Hayes 
Loan l''und. Women's Council, Alpha 
Kappa Mu, MaioretUs, '^Car Book 
Staff Correspondent (1961, 1962). 




FAITH WILLIAMS. Busine.<ts Educa- 
tion, Phi Beta Lambda. President; 
Student Counselors. President. Delta 
Sigma Thel.i, (ii'orge K.C. liases Loan 
Fund, Alph.i Kappa Mu. Who's Who 
(1961. 1962). 



Art and the Good Life 




Prok-ssor Mo.sley gives lecture on year's artistic highlight, coming of 
the Mono Lisa to the U.S. 




.'\rl stiidriil Crald Hahiiiicirc paints liis con- 
ception oi the Annunciation as Bilih' stor\' is 
read l)y Curtis Williams (not xisihh- on phiilo- 
«raph). 




View of audience at Mono Lisa lecture. 

Departments of Art, English, and Music collaborated on a \'esper 
service at Christmastide: Professor Mosley shows slides of famous 
paintings inspired by Christmas. 




Professor Mosley receives award from Junior Chamber of Com- 
merce official, Mr. Webb, Salisbury, Maryland, for second-prize 
winning float in annual JC Christmas parade. 






President Williams \ u w s \liicaii ait liioimlit liack to United States by Dr. 
Eugene Cole, \1SC giaduate with State Depaitinint 



Dr. Cole lectures on African art. 




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\rt niaiois Satchell, Rhodes, Williams visited a \'an Gogh show at Some ot die students who heard Dr. Cole's lectin e on Miiwu 

the Baltimore Museum of Art. 

Two Glimpses ot the Gallery 




What Was New In Home Economics 





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Preparation for Home Economics Club Tea; Jones, Lofland, 
Kelly, Harris, Thompson. 



Annual Tea for Freshmen 




Lunclieun lor the Board of Regents: M. Kelly ser%'es Dr. 
Williams and Dr. A. O. Kuhn (back to camera), Board Sec- 
retary Brown and Board Chairman McCormick. 





Board Luncheon: M. Kelly ser\es University President Elkins as 
Dr. Synions emphasizes a point. Left of President Williams and 
Dr. Kuhn, who is Executive \'ice President of the University, is 
Dr. Kaplan, Chairman of the Maryland State College Committee of 
the Board. 




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Scorinu of caiHied products: rliompson. Svdnor, Hi 



Studv of Pastries: Lofl.uul. \loloek. 





Pastry Making, Quantity Cooking: S\lvt'stei White with Foods 
Service Director Bowen. 

Hanna Washington and Mikhed Kell\' preside over portion control 

in yuantit\- C;ooking. 



Cake Nhiking: Sylvester White is tlie artist. 




Breadmaking in College Kitchen: Hanna 
Washington with College Chef Black. 



Kell\- cuts the cake in cafeteria se 



HOME ECONOMICS CLUB-Seaf<?d. 
Ellis, Hill, Sturgis, White, President; 
McClain, Thompson. Standing: Dr. 
Humphrey, Holland, Sydnor, Mrs. Mor- 
ton, M. Washingtion, H. Washington, 
Kennedy, Collins, Holliday, Harris, 
Seward, Shade, Mackall, Doswell, Mo- 
lock, Miss Elps, Lofland, Miss Howard, 
Johnson. 




The Lone Blue Line 




SENIOB STAFF: Lieutenant Colonel Louis VV. Cracken, Cap- 
tain lames P. Pfautz, StafF Sergeant Frederick Smith, Staff Ser- 
jeant Russell Moraii, 



THE COLONELS Ihompson (\iea Commander); Cracken iPAS, 
MSC); Adswoith (PAS, Um\. ol Maiyland). 



Firm — Fair — Consistent 



JUNIOR STAFF: CJadet/Major Joshua Hazelton, Cadet/Captam 
Elwyn Godsey, Cadet/Captain Charles Showell, Cadet/First 
Lieutenant L. X'ictor Anderson, Cadet/First Lieutenant Earl 

S. Ri(li;n(lsim, Cadet/Master Serjeant iU-nvKv Sisco, Cadet/ 
I.iculciiaNl Col.mei Rol.crt C:. Ford (Cnmnumdcr). 



SENIOR STAFF AT ATTENTION; Cracken. Ptautz, Snuth, Mi.r, 



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Corps Organizations 




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300th: A Functioning Unit 




Inspection 



Corps Alignment 



Formal Briefing and Aftennatli 




330th Functioning on Military Day 




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During Arnold Air Initiation and Angel Assembly 




On Special Occasions 




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YMCA Design-tor-Li\iiig Week. Cecil Wilson of Delaware State 
College gives lecture. 



■iMC-V CABINET -Clockwise: Simpler, Baltimore, 
Banks, Purnell, Dean Harris, Adviser: Turner, President. 



YMCA Student Government Exchange Program with Salisburv State Teach 
elsC.llrue 




YMC^ Cluster Conference, Delaware State College, Colon 
Cracken, a consultant. 




YMCA Symposium, "You and Employment," with distinguislu-tl panel 
of Eastern Shore leaders: Norwood Puniell, Attorney John \V. T. Webb 
of Salisbury, Dr. E. W. Water, the Honorable Frank Morris, Mayor of 
Salisbury; Dr. Robert P. \'arley, Salisbury; the Honorable Norman Glenn, 
Salisbury; Dr. \'ernon W. Stone, Clarence Turner, President, YMCA. 




All she wants for Christmas, Theresa 
Cheeks tells Santa at the "Y" party, is to 
be a part of the good life at MSC. 



Design-for-Living Week. "Y" presents the Salisbur\-, Maryland, 
High School Sextette, Mrs. Reba Hudson, Director and Accom- 
panist. 



Clarence Turner, Gloria Brown, and Kenneth Simpler greet 
foreign students as Norwood Purnell and Dean Harris, Y'MCA 
adviser, introduce them. 



YMCA Santa, Robert Banks, gi\es presents to campus children. 



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Hawks iea\ ini; tlic- nrst this > x-ar art- Bottom Left. Clocktcise: Isaac 
Brown, Guard: W illiani FiniiL-r. Halfl>ack: Robert Taylor. Tiickle: 
EiiK-rsoii Boss, Line Backer: Roliert Ford, Center: W'illiatii Johnson, 
Full Back. Thomas Wilson, Halflmck: Chirt-nce Gadsdun, Tackle. 
Center of Pafic: Cliarh-s llarvin, Halflnick. 




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Co-Ciptims William lohnson (Left) and Robert Taylor clasp hands 
ovei possiblt pio dt d u ith the Xew York Ciaiits lor each of tluiii- 




Taylor goes Pro. conters with his coaches and sconts from the New 'loik Cianis 



THE HIGH-FLYING 
H.-WVKS: Seated: 
Sloan, Finger, Finn, 
"Ike" Brown, Bernett, 
Thompson, Spence, 
McMillan, Christy. 
First Row, Standing: 
Davidson, Payne, 
Pagan, Wilson, Parker, 
Wallace, Watts, Ham- 
mond, Johnson, Tho- 
mas, Ros.s. Second 
Row: demons, Byrd, 
Donaldson, James 
Johnson, Tincli, Crop- s<!|<^ 
per, Satchell, Wash- 
ington, Thomas, Lee, 
Redd. Last Row: 
Slanghter, Smith, 

Wheeler, Stewart, Tay- 
lor, Goodwin, Ford, 
Gadsden, Smith. 



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^. Maryland State's Potential All-American: "Ki Ki" 
Thomas. 



With an arm of dynamite and the desire to sur- 
pass: Percy Thomas 



Pre-game Instructions: "Captain Ta\lor, 
meet Captain Westmoreland." 



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The Unpredictable: Addison Wallace. His onl\- wish is to play "pro": "Macky" Goodwin. 



With the fleetness of a deer: John Finn. 





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the Skee. Johnson. 

The Untouchables: Brown, Mac, Dime, and "There is no greater half-back in the countr\-," said 

Clem. Baltimore's Lennie Lyles; Boozer. 



For hcartv ol stDnt-, thr\ 'rr iin uliirialiK kii.'ui 
Gadsden, Parker, Smith, Ta\ lor. 

Maryland State's backfield (Mercer, Gentry, 
Finn, Finger, Wilson, P. Thomas) get \aluable 
tips from one ot the great pro's: Baltimore 
Colts' Lennie L\les 









Boxing and tuotball just don't mix. 




Boozer stares hopelessly. 



"Let go of mv shirt." 





Cropper makes tremendous attempt. 



"There's nothing to stop me now." 



"You fellows are for- 
ever interferring." 





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CIAA CHAMPIONS, 1961, 1962-F/rsf Row, Seated: Forchion, Morris, Co-Captains Russell Rogers 
and Charles Mays, Mitchell, Brown. Second Row: Maddox, Davis, Skinner, Wainwright, Jackson, 
Liggins, E. Rogers, Bryant. Third Row: White, Moore, Baker, Goodwin, Stovall, Pagan, Britt, Jones. 



Coach Clifton .Anderson 




SPHINTEHS; Morris, 
Liggins, Cioodwni. 

Brown, \hiys, Skiiincr, 




R. Kogers, All-Penn Relays C:hainpi(>n, 1461 L.nm-distaiK, Rlii 
Over-seas Representative, AAU, Oslo, X<)i\\a\ "Packrat" [aekson. 




Waiiiuioim Wainimht and FRESHMAN MILE RELAY TEAM, 

Champidiis in the Making: Eorchion, 
Skinner, Madclox, Mitchell. 



Trophies and gifts 

awarded Russ Rogers 
abroad summer ol 1962 
while he was partici- 
pating in AALI-sponsored 
track events. 




Captain "Al" Santio 




Rol)ert "Sliellev"' Jackson 



Lorniic ■•C:liinkci" Butle 





Back Row: Williams, j. Jones, Butler, Rohbiiis, Santio, Captain: S. E. Jackson, Ingram, Richmond 
Kneeling: Riddick, Morris, Gentry, D. Jones, R. S. Jackson, McCullough, Burroughs. 




Coach Taylor 




01i\er "tlie Dunker" Morri 
James "Kangaron" Jones 



Ed "Sparky" Wi 







Tlie Kangaroo comes tlirough. 




Eddie Williams, CIAA Scoring Champ, 
scores 2 more. 



Who's got the rebound? 



Ollie Morris goes up through two opponents 







\'ersatile Coaches: Taylor, McCain, Anderson. 




The Chinker makes a shot. 



Twiggs Jr. for 2, 



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Honors 



Speaker tor Honors Convocation: Dr. Frank P. 
Graham, UN Kepresentative for Pakistan and 
former President of the University of North 
Carolina. 




Honor Roll Students with Dr. Graham and President Williams. 
Top Row: Simpler, Miles, Satchell, Christy, Williams. Second Row: 
Brown, Pinder, Cuyjet, Sturgis, Ennels, Crosse, Tarr, President 
Williams. Seated: Poole, Rhock, .Milbourne, Richardson, Dr. Gra- 
ham, Alton, Brooks, Keene. 




President Williams confers honor upon Hazel Milhour 
witli S. Quails following. 



\ll,\llti;HS Ol liONOH SOCIiri'V, .M.l'li \ k M'l'A WV -Seated: Millxunne, 
rh,.ni|>snM, Willi. ,lll^, Hduins Slanilin^: I'.ud, Joliiisnii, (,)u,.lls, /Vr.virft'iW. 



Dr GMliaiii, ,, ImscImII pl.ivn ,,, his cnllegc. 
d,i\s, shakes JKUids wilh an MSC athleti- Hiis- 
scll Hi.yeis, while r.ogers- teainniafr Maxes. 
Dr i.nu, Pusulrnl Williams and Dr. Stoul 

look. III. 




. The Convocations 

Leadership 





Dr. W. .). Hale, President ot Laiigstoii Univer- 
sity and National President of the Alpha Phi 
Alpha Fraternity, addresses the Convocation. 



•Ilu- leaders with Dr. Hale and Presideiil WiWuuus - Firxt Rotv: 
Wlnte, Hall, Peek-, Dr. Hale, Enuels, H. Washnijilon, Hrooks, F. 
Williams. Second Row: (,)ualls, Fisher, Turner, C^anipbell, 
Thompson, Jones, Wilson. Third Row: Walker, Richardson, Ross, 
Cuyjet, Carter, Sydnor, Powell, Polk. Fourth Row: Greene, 
President Williams, Ford, Hawkins, Taylor, Purnell, Tolson, 
Showell, D. Williams, M. Hill, Dr. Stone, Purkett. 





Dr. Larzette Hale, wife of Leadership Conxoeation speaker 
and National Treasurer of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, receives 
flowers from Soror Barbara Fisher, Basileus of local chapter. 



Distinguished gathering for luncheon follounig Leadership 
convocation: Mrs. G. D. Wlnte, Dr. Hale, President W illiams. 
President Hale, E.\-Universitv of Mar\ land President Bvrd. 



Awards 



.'^nn Thompson recei\es scliolarship award for outstanding Dr. Stone receives Teacher-of-the-Year award horn Student Caiuu- 

work in Home Economics from Home Ec. Head Dr. Humphrc\ . cil President Phipps, 





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Miss Constance Knox, Concert Pianist and Music Professor 
at Louisiana State University, played a stupendous recital. 




Salisbury State College Chorus in Recital directed by Dr. 
Jessie Fleming. 




Women's Council held reception tollow iiig Miss 
Knqx's brilliant recital. In line, Right to Left: 
Mrs. Steele, Miss Polk, Dr. Carroll, Miss Knox, 
Mrs. Carroll (Mother of Professor Carroll), and 
Mrs. Svlvanus Hart. 



Scene from annual presentation ot Christmas 
opera, Amahl and the Night Visitors. William 
Moaney, Leon Thompson, St. George Cr()ss( , 
Shep Thompson, Dorothy Holliday sang tillr 
roles. 




Famous Don Cossack Chorus appeared at MSC this year. 





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Mrs. \iolet Wood greets our charming artist. 
In foreground: Mrs. Mary F. Burks, Miss 
Wilease Fields, Mr. Ross of the Student Council. 




Leading Motifs in the Good Life 




HistoiN majors present tele\ision discussion ot Lincoln and 
the Emancipation Proclamation with Dr. W. A. Low as 
moderator and adviser. Participants: Hite, Wilson, President 
of History Club; Richardson, Dr. Low, Phipps, Polk, Mit- 
chell. 




ipliasizc's point in discussion. 




Dr. Darrell Randall, Head of African 
Studies, American University, ad- 
dresses assembly on the future of 
Africa, project of History Department 
and Captain Ptautz's class in Ah-ican 
historv. 



Delegate J. Brown examines with Pro- 
It ssor Thomas band iron metal work 
clone by the seventh grade Industri 
\rts Class at Spingarn Junior-Senior 
High School, Washington, where Mr. 
Brown teaches Industrial Arts. 



Industrial Aits Conteience, campus students, 
faculty, and graduates ot the Department under 
sponsorship of Professors R. Thomas and F. 
Williams. 

Luncheon session of Industrial .-^rts Conference presided 
over bv Professor Thomas. 




Conference on Industrial Arts broke up into small sessions 
during afternoon. This small group; Mr. Raymond Purnell, 
Mr. Frank Garrett, Mr. Clifton Brown, Mr. John Bradford, 
Mr. Furman Williams, .Mr. James Washington. 





With the Alumni 




Roma A. Jones, outgoing Preiideiit ol the 
General Alumni Association, welcomes his 
successor in office, Ernest W. Lee. 



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President Lee makes his inaugural address to the as- 
sociation Seated are: Frank Cornish, Alumni Secretary- 
Treasurer: Oswald Martin, President, Somerset Chapter: 
Desenia P. Waliiice, Acting Executive Secretary. 




President Lee and newK elected \'ice Pres 
dent Harold Rush center on alumni matter 





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Founders' Day: President Wil- 
liams greets Founders' Day 
speaker Reverend J. R. Elhert, 
District Supervisor of the 
Methodist Church (Salishury 
District), Class of 1923, Others 
in photograph are Reverend 
CcinjMHKlore, Alumni Associa- 
tion Chapl.iin, Reverend R. W. 
Thomas, President Lee ol 
Alnnnii Association 




President Lee presents flowers to Queen of Homecoming Alumni, Shirley B 
Johnson of the Philadelphia Chapter. 



Alumni Luncheon for graduates: Pri^sidrnt Willunns, Mrs W.dkue, Mr 
Lee, Mr. R. Jones, Mr M:nlin 





Pri'sidcnt Lee presents tropin to 
the President of the Philadelphia 
Chapter, Sanuiel Branlnnn. for 
outstanding contributions to the 
alumni cause. 



As the Hawk Flies Nestward . . . 



Final word to the staff members of tlie Hawk, 1962- 
63, from one of the advisers was a poetic reminder: 
"Good life, he now t/otir task: your doubts are done." 



For lu'tter or lor worse, tile douiitiut; ami tile worixinii; 
sta.Ues are o\er, ami lu're are xoui editors wiio pre- 
sented their look at the m>od lilC at MS( : 





Lay-out Editor Donald Blanks, meeting a problem qualifit 
lor title "The Thinker." 



A splendid Colt (Lennie L\les) and a mighty Hawk (Editor Thomas Wilson) examine 
the flying bird. 



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Here is Staff Photographer Scotland Harris swoop- 
ing down on Hawks all o\er campus. 

So elegant she can make the task of 
assembling copy and photographs as 
glamorous as modeling — our Con- 
suella, strong right arm of the lay-out 
department. 




A pensive Cynthia .Alton pon- 
ders the problems of a busi- 
ness manager whose main work 
seems to be typing and layout. 
What business managing is 
there? 




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Here's a la\-out cnlitor with a nici- problem indeed: How to 
put a ribbon on a tspewriter. Linj-out problem, Warfield? 



Last year our man on lay- 
out Donald Mitchell (sec- 
ond from right) was Little 
Brother in Sigma. But ask 
any Hawk staffer who made 
the big difference in the 
completion of work on this 
edition and he'd say "Big 
Brother .Mitchell." 



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Lay-out Editor Games (left) and Art Editor Pope, two liigh-flying 
Hawks who gave of their time and talents without stint, earned 
the gratitude of entire staff. 




Three wonderful men in blue came down from the wild blue 
yonder to put the AFROTC story together, and when that was 
done they helped with all the other chores: Anderson, Bobbins, 
Nunnellv. 




Here conies "Kiki," Sports Editor, who simply can't let 
that fooball go, e\en when coming in for a stint on Hawk 
sports. 




The>'re tile quiet, casual t\pe, but so terrificalK' efficient the\- o\er- 
whelni you: the working team of W'ainwright and Plummer-on 
sports, captions, everything. 



Second-year Hawk staffer Carroll Marcus, another quiet type 
one might just sum up by saying he's the truest penny a Hawk 
adviser could ask for- faithful in attendance, meticulous in 
details, alwavs ready to serve. 



Thanks, Mr. Wiles! 





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